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An Axis of Logic Exclusive from Craig B. Hulet. On Tactics and Strategy:

How Bush has Misunderstood Military Strategic Doctrine and Constraints on Political Objectives, December, 2003


By Craig B. Hulet

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Read this unprecedented, penetrating analysis of the failures of U.S. Military Strategy the reasons for those failures. This well-documented critique of the strategic military doctrine of the Neocon/Bush Regime is an essential reference for anything written or understood about how the U.S. Government has failed to accomplish it's nefarious objectives. Craig Hulet's work on this subject is unparalleled in it's insight and examination of the assumptions and underpinnings of U.S. aggression from Korea to Vietnam and from Afghanistan to Iraq. His analysis of the U.S. doctrine of "Rapid Dominance" (Shock & Awe)and Military Objectives of "Offensive War" will serve as a seminal resource for any military or anti-war library.

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Craig B Hulet was Special Assistant to Congressman Jack Metcalf (Ret.); he is periodically a consultant to federal law enforcement and has written four books on international relations and philosophy.

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To read this important work go to:

http://www.axisoflogic.com/artman/publish/article_3884.shtml

Les Blough, Editor

Axis of Logic
Boston, MA (USA)
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